Chile de árbol or "Tree chile." A long, thin, red, pungent chile used for salsa or added to any dish to increase heat level. Dries well and is a good choice for small ristras. Among the most productive chiles in our 2012 trials in Patagonia, Arizona. Also the toughest variety in our punishing 2012 summer test plot in Tucson, very drought tolerant. Usually hot. 2.5-4" long. Approx. 0.3g/25 seeds per packet.